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Microsoft changes antitrust guard

Microsoft stays busy on the legal front, as General Counsel Bill Neukom announces his retirement and the company proposes a settlement for private antitrust cases.

Microsoft stays busy on the legal front, as General Counsel Bill Neukom announces his retirement and the company proposes a settlement for private antitrust cases. Microsoft's lead lawyer retires
update General Counsel Bill Neukom, who in recent years emerged as one of the key players in the software giant's antitrust battle, is retiring after 22 years with the company.
November 21, 2001 
Microsoft cuts another antitrust deal
update The software titan proposes a settlement that would dismiss more than 100 pending private antitrust cases against the company in exchange for providing $1 billion in technology goods to schools.
November 20, 2001 
Deal may put Microsoft at head of the class
update A proposed settlement agreement to donate some $500 million in technology to schools could give the software maker a chance to erode Apple's position in education.
November 21, 2001